Is your federal labor law poster up to date? If your federal poster does not include two recent changes, you will need to update it.
These changes include the new federal minimum wage of $6.55 per hour effective July 24, 2008, and the federal “Equal Employment Opportunity Is the Law” (EEO poster), which was updated as of August 2008.
Required for all employers of 15 or more, the revised EEO poster includes new information about religious discrimination, and expanded definitions of equal pay for equal work and discrimination on the basis of sex.
For a limited time, if you need to update your federal labor law poster you can sign up for a new Email Update Notification account at postercompliance.com/notification and Poster Compliance Center will give you a free federal labor law poster!
In addition, the Department of Labor has confirmed that an updated federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) poster will be issued after regulations are finalized incorporating new amendments to the FMLA passed earlier this year by Congress. Once you are signed up for the Update Notification program, you will be notified as soon as the updated FMLA poster is available.
You can now choose environmentally friendly posters, thanks to the Go Green labor law posters from Poster Compliance Center. These are printed on recyclable sturdy paper stock without lamination.
Poster Compliance Center will even plant a tree through American Forests if you purchase a Go Green 1-Year Compliance Protection Plan.
Go to postercompliance.com to order an all-on-one state or federal labor law poster or subscribe to Poster Compliance Center’s 1-Year Compliance Protection Plan for worry free compliance, with unlimited updates sent automatically whenever laws change.